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eight twice as high as the usa average what she is behind such success. u.s. backed forces in syria say islamic state has finally been driven at its last remaining stronghold of raca months the fighting has reduced the city to really. also this hour britain's foreign secretary slams labor party m.p.'s reach it appearing on this channel despite a dozen of his own party members and even his father being guests here and we hear from school in afghanistan who say they were injured when u.s. troops opened fire after rocks were thrown at least something.
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i welcome you watching r.t. international where it's just turned three o'clock here in moscow our top story this hour u.s. backed forces in syria have declared victory over islamic state in iraq claiming the city is now fully under their control well these are the latest pictures from raca it's a virtual ghost city though as you can see the destruction you see here was caused by either the militia shelling or the u.s. led coalition's air support aid agencies are warning that a huge effort is still needed to end the humanitarian crisis there while the international coalition says the city is still not fully liberated and is only ninety percent clear of ice still a spokesman for the u.n. secretary general confirmed instruction. we have received reports that much of the city has been damaged or destroyed due to the fighting we're closely monitoring the situation and stand by to deliver lifesaving assistance to those in need as soon as
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access is granted and security county conditions permitted so cracka is the fact capital back in twenty fourteen in the first major military offensive against the terrorists began two years later when syria's sixth largest city it's now been left shattered. recently called nation air forces were ready to demolish the whole building to target one member of ai so they have no problem killing civilians. we ran from death and fear any human being would be afraid the sound of the planes makes us afraid they were shelling the civilians destroying buildings and houses rakhal was
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destroyed by a coalition aircraft only ten percent hit the targets the rest hit civilians. the un estimates that's an average of twenty seven people are being killed in rocket every day. and they seem to be no real escape for these civilians their level of suffering friends relatives family of the children exceptionally. strikes targeting. the british foreign secretary has gone on the attack help position labor party and pays for appearing on this channel calling it a scandal. if you study the output of russia today and indeed if you consider the state of the of the prince in russia this present it is an
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absolute it is russia today it is a scandal it is a scandal that members of the party opposite are continuing to validate the date and lead you to meet. that kind of propaganda by doing all those programmes strong words from boris johnson that his repeated use of the word scandal as he talks about. in the on the floor of the house of commons to choose day he talked about labor members of parliament pairing on our team but of course members of his own party have appeared regularly and frequently and. since the channel began r.t. has responded to those comments editor in chief margarita simonyan called johnson's remarks but no all she said that he was using his own freedom of speech to bully his colleagues for exercising that that's of course is
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a pretty awkward conversation it's an awkward conversation that he may be having with his own father because stanley johnson has appeared himself on r.t. he was on one of our shows going underground talking about his anti brecht it book and he was asked by host action returns the whether any of the characters in his book were based on either of his sons i do notice how you take sides in this book what does this mean or take kerry stokes the a bully had blown the head for mayor of london how he was absolutely living up to the expectations people have of him wowing the crowds where every went he could be serious too if it was absolutely necessary who is this former mayor of london character a little. bit where we all will face that reality sometimes we have to be we have to be serious well you are right. i said absolutely nothing will be that happy but there is a who is this doc i'm not saying about that particular character is a million miles away from another member of my family whom you have. mentioned
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today though he didn't confine his comments to r.t. he took a russia as a whole in his inimitable fashion the russians have been up to all sorts of mischief in many countries but so far we cannot yet i can foresee any direct russian cyber attacks on this country so he doesn't have a specific instance in mind but boris johnson has in the past hinted at why he thinks russians are so mischievous he says they do it because they can. so is lower mentioned there are a number of conservative m.p.'s have appeared in r.t. in the past two years alone fifteen of them have come to talk to us including former energy and climate change minister charles hendry and also assistant government whip mike freer my colleague kevin own but all that conservative party m.p. and regular guest on this channel to dangle. anybody who challenges and criticize
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as i think of that i think they should pause and take a moment to actually look at the interviews to look at the sort of questions that we receive as british policy politicians to look at the sort of context of what we are discussing we are evaluating and giving our opinions to russian and international viewers i've always found the interview to the interviewing techniques and practices to be very sensible and professional and that is why i continue to appear on this program it is basically accuse you of validating propaganda your thoughts on that i think is very very important in these very difficult international times particularly when tensions are growing that we continue to engage and appear on each other's programs i don't accept this criticism by the way we are criticised a lot for appearing on r.t. both in british media and also by colleagues are you going to be swayed away and
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people like you from coming on to the program because of what boris as others say or not no not at all and i've discussed this with colleagues. as long as you continue to operate and has a license within the united kingdom. and other politicians will continue to engage with them as we do with c.n.n. as we do with the your french equivalent and many many other international channels . seventy softening u.s. troops in afghanistan have allegedly fired at school children injuring two boys the shots were apparently fired after children three rocks at a military vehicle. national how this morning i want to go to school when it ended the school some of a classmate sticks stones and threw them at us sequels they opened fire in return i injured my leg my friend was also injured now i'm in hospital.
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i came to school and i was playing there when the u.s. convoy passed by some of the boys threw stones at it then the u.s. forces started shooting. the. understand that the children threw stones at the u.s. tanks the don't know any better because their children but the u.s. troops are educated they came here to rebuild their country instead the open fire children. were set up a car knowledge this was not the kind of reaction you expect they should have contacted the school administration this is not good we condemn this incident the government shouldn't just agave this case we have been in touch with night our command in afghanistan to clarify exactly what has happened although so far we haven't had a response the united states entered afghanistan in two thousand and one believing that then ruling taliban was sheltering asama bin laden he was wanted over the nine eleven attacks but sixteen years on and with bin laden long out of the picture the
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americans are still there and the casualties from that foreign troop presence amounting. he says amy for me i was praying in my house and when i saw american helicopters i told my wife and children to save themselves after that i just heard a loud noise and then my house was destroyed six people were wounded including women and children. they destroy our house and our family members wife the americans are killing our women and children every day in afghanistan and they just say sorry it was a mistake. was sitting in a room together and suddenly we had the massive bombardment of our village and i was injured.
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melissa when the explosion happened i was near to my uncle and cousins american soldiers opened fire and a bullet flew about my face i ran in here and came out on me hours later my uncle and cousins were dead so i went to the village to tell everyone what i think of the sixteen years of being in afghanistan it's quite obvious the strategy has not worked whether politically speaking are tactically speaking and then they look at military operations i think one can say that whatever to do it backfires that there's not been proper accountability apart from a few soldiers that have been arrested on behavior like this but by and large there's always a legitimate excuse to come up with saying blaming someone else rather than themselves. muslim public holidays could eventually be recognized in some parts of germany it is an idea being floated by the german interior minister to potentially include islamic festivals the public holiday to the public holiday
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calendar other politicians aren't so sure though senior and pay from the christian social union which is the chance of the sister party as. said it's completely out of the question the interior minister later played down the idea saying he's being misread misinterpreted we asked a few people in berlin what they think. i absolutely no problem with it it's fine germany is a country open to something like that. it's just not sure about that if i move to another country they wouldn't just establish holidays or things close to my heart i have mixed feelings about it. i think it is difficult to establish a muslim holiday in germany as it will challenge the tolerance of many people even if they are not christians this could boost right wing ideology i think we should wait at least twenty five years until the societies acceptance level is strong enough for the latest survey to suggest that seven out of ten germans would reject
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the introduction of islamic holidays in the country and as you'd expect the issue has exposed some deep divisions the reality is this that. merkel's party the christian social democrats are being forced into leading a really important debate which is what does integration look like angle of merkel's attitude on this is going to be that we have an enlightened german society which talks about put a real ism freedoms of people to live as they want people to freedoms for people to worship and live free and to be integrated in a democratic secular society what you've got is a gym a politician capitulating once again to make minorities hundreds of different religions you can have hundreds of different holidays at the end of the day christian culture christian holidays and stock capitulated to islam. europe as we see it today and it's going to continue to be it's going to be more integrated i
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think the difficulty is that we've seen with the rise of the alternative for deutschland in the recent parliamentary elections the far right neo nazi the fascist the anti immigrant. for people who want to see a breakdown in a multicultural society and having different factions at each other's throats what you want is to segregate people die it's not on and it is a christian country if you're muslim holidays go to a muslim country or go to a christian holiday you expect to abide by the christian rules if i went to a muslim country and expect to abide by the muslim moves there soon they wouldn't give me a christian holiday so let's get it right christian country christian values you abide by the christian bank holidays and the christian laws i think creating a plural democratic free society where people are free to live and express their beliefs as they see fit is really really important we don't want to have offices and workplaces and schools where muslim jewish and hindu kids can have time off because that those holidays are not protected i visit the only thing germany's talking about anybody arguing against is really antiquated in pre-historic you.
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well know well what you want the segregation it's quite clear you want segregation you want to segregate people into their religious beliefs and so they go away celebrate their own religious told us what we want is a fully integrated national holiday we want to be our national day for england a full integrated national hold it for everybody we don't want to segregate people like you do we will fully inclusive holiday debate we had here in r.t. a little early in our thanks being with us to soften him still plenty more to come for you because newly released documents are shining more light on a pre-election meeting between team trump and a russian lawyer the details after the break. choate's seemed wrong. but old roles just don't hold. the world yet to shape out just to come out to it and in again treatment because betrayal.
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when so many find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground. here's what people have been saying about reject. the only show i go out of my way to. the really. john oliver of marty america is. better than to. see people you've never heard of redacted. the world. very. seriously.
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welcome back to r.t. now russian lawyer course the frenzy early this year when it was revealed that she met team trump during the u.s. election campaign tell us from the skies meeting with donald trump jr was seen by some as clear proof of russian meddling and collusion donald trump think he was about to get help from a russian lawyer with ties to the kremlin we all know her name now on television. natalia vessel needs sky this is looking more and more like treason all these strange behavior from the president it's all explained well she is now back in the media or i after her memo with talking points for that meeting was released and it turns out it wasn't about giving trump on his rival hillary clinton has previously claimed according to her notes entirely it was getting ready to discuss the sanctions that were imposed by the u.s. on a number of russian officials they were being punished for the death of. he was in order to at
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a moscow north investigating corruption she says she want to prove that those sanctions were politically motivated. the thing is to pull up with something just to make it clear i was never against any sanctions because they don't involve my client i am against manipulating facts i'm against how these storage fees haven't investigated the story behind the mostly ski act what happened in the us it was pure politics. as i personally gave this memo to the journalists i can't recall her name this is a translation of a memo that i prepared for myself before my trip to the u.s. last year everything else learned i shared with police and american lawyers this memo was the result of my own investigation or surrogate magnitsky work for the hermitage capital management fund he died in a pretty targeted pretrial detention center in two thousand and nine and was a prime suspect in the tax evasion investigation the u.s.
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accused a number of russian officials of complicity in his death and imposed sanctions against the authorities of strenuously denied any wrongdoing in the case but even the newly published memo hasn't or a suspicion that the tally of us and its guy is a kremlin agent some media outlets have reported that the documents language resembled another member memo sorry given to a u.s. congressman by russia's prosecutor general natalya explained there's nothing suspicious about that either with this but after which i have read this memo and i agree that there are some similar points there's nothing extraordinary or criminal about that i have written about my investigation to prosecutor's office many times in this memo there are just facts it doesn't matter what language you read them it it's all the same. now in britain the head of the country's domestic intelligence service is warning that the threat of terrorism is at an unprecedented level the
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statement from andrew parker came during a speech to journalist specializing in security. it's clear that we're contending with an intense u.k. terrorist threat from islamist extremists that threat is multi-dimensional evolving rapidly and operating at a scale in pace we've not seen before the director general of m i five there has issued warnings like this before in july twenty sixth again he said in an interview that a terror attack in the u.k. was a matter of when not if and a few months later he stressed once again that there would be terrorist attacks in the u.k. and with the u.k. hit by sever atrocities too it seems his previous warnings were accurate and there's another side to this too because a rise in hate crime in the u.k. is having an impact according to the home office is up by record twenty nine percent compared to twenty fifteen and as you can see from this graphic the spike was triggered around the time of the referendum and has been repeatedly fueled
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after each terror attack that has hit the u.k. . i recall a story from a colleague of mine who run a counter extremism program in london in some of the most deprived areas of islam to be exact and he said it some of the boys that he was. expected to kind of do you radicalize had been affected because of hate crime their mothers had been sworn in family members had been spotted out that they had
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suffered hate crime. in this case not just made them more angry and they were seeking a sense of belonging with the extremists or the radicals sort of speak so yeah it does have a knock on effect and this is the issue. so many people attended the fake news discussion at the world festival of youth and they ran to see the venue youngsters from across the globe are in the moment for the gathering and the number of participants there is pretty impressive to over twelve thousand businesses from russia itself and slightly more from over one hundred of the country since the middle of the press week that's a wash we have cultural and science programs and serious matters of race too as well as an open discussion involving prominent social and humanitarian activists but of course making friends is probably the best part of the world first one has such a long tradition of bringing people together and really breaking down artificial
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barriers between countries i think it's been the most fun meeting people from one hundred eighty different countries i think specifically meeting people from north korea was super special because i would have never had that opportunity anywhere else honestly i can't even describe how i feel so lucky so fortunate to have this opportunity to be able to meet people and educate myself about cultures all over the world a different side all and political issues it's i can't even explain the feeling i get from this experience it's amazing nobody has any barriers against each other there are no there are no grudges i think how excited everyone is to see americans i was very surprised because the conference is about imperialism but whenever i talk to these countries that are affected by u.s. policy in a negative way there are still so excited to see us here in solidarity with that it's not anti-american at all so plenty of enthusiasm then and the young people in sochi have had the chance to hear from a host of well known figures from prominent scientists and then to tell you news and today world famous motivational speaker. what don't you like about the
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things you'd be remembered for what do you want to be remembered for all to mars not promised to anyone and every single one of you is valuable with the permission of the person sitting next to you give them a hug give them a high five i want to see some love going around this room right now. well over the decades the festival has proven to be a life changing experience for some of its business is and today we have the story of a soviet boy and a german girl who met at the event in moscow sixteen years ago but whose plans to forge a lasting friendship just went to big. for
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kim was a cheeky subdeacon there's a way beach and she's going to get so deal with a good deal of crazy america must be out of. that good we would need to get their work done sulu would do we need to give sure you could use them and so would the disposal of them would mean your list. of some of us those of us were other disappeared beneath. the salt fish more fish more bush will grow up that you're the only species use so you're screwed so you're just a little bit of the neo frist for us here. in new york we should all store such a thought now would he.
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know you'll swim in the orchard the coolest bush geve them are you. sure the sessions on the porch in professional parts of well a lot of what they call. short lived will hold the speaker and took over us no nucular what each of us in the. book will decide the rules. a sad but interesting story don't forget you can read more about the youth festival taking place in sochi and i'm into our website at www dot com i'm back with more nice enough. tax guys or financial survival guide stacey let's learn us out fill out let's say
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i'm not sure i get. angry response back of the fight well straight pride thank you for. the story that's right if you looked at slavery. with manufacture consent to stick to the public well. when the ruling closest to protect themselves. with the crime and. the woman. doing all middle of the room six. million real news.
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act had. a could have plea state that the abuse related to contracts awarded to k.b.r. represents the most blatant and improper contract of abuse i have witnessed during the course of my professional career it's suspicious on how to move big contract because dick cheney before he became vice president was c.e.o. of halliburton he left. with twenty million dollars worth of stock options from nine eleven till two thousand and nine and those stock options quadrupled in price
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he made about eighty billion dollars off the war there's a great you do the future. defending on the woman he is no longer about the interview i think the american enterprise institute and he said it would be a disaster he asked me spence who are we. going to hone in on for an. audience want to. do his work for however many hundreds of millions of dollars the next thing. you know. the u.s. military contractor k.b.r. is under legal fire today over real fires in iraq the firm is charged with causing illnesses from massive burn pits used to incinerate garbage there. the veterans who are now suing k.b.r. because of their what they believe service connected health injuries say that k.b.r.
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short sighted didn't install and center raters when they should have had burned all this hazardous waste when it was a against the regulations to do so and as a result they're sick of all the contracts that k.b.r. and held were received require them to comply with e.p.a. regulations the allegation is that k.b.r. rather than complying with the contract complying with these environmental regulations disposing only of what should be disposed of using incinerators doing it the right way for reasons often related to profit margins was disposing of dangerous toxins in a way that directly impacted the health of soviet troops. seeing stuff that was nuclear biological and chemical products this do not truck tires all types of styrofoam and polystyrene batteries trucks one of the stuff.
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that should have been segregated was mine it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out if you're k.b.r. employee and you're throwing. biological medical waste into the. into the burning tires and anything else. that is known to be a toxin. then you're you're careless and you're you're putting people's health in jeopardy and that's exactly would a lot of these k.b.r. contractors were doing. to or for me to accept is if i were. working for k.b.r. and they have knowledge of. hazardous chemicals on the ground to cause cancer. noticed put it mildly and i had a prius it is necessary. i'm. very
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upset over that. today. very very upset. that they did that. the military exercise regular daily oversight and supervision and periodically issued evaluation reports of k.b.r. performance not just on waste disposal but across all the many functions that k.b.r. performed in the war theatres so the military was aware of what k.b.r. was doing and if they thought that k.b.r. was doing those kind of things then they would have been in position to make those practices you know change to halt very little government oversight on the love scene of the major personnel in directing the actual work force were kellogg brown and root personnel. i've seen time and time again cade your claim that the reason why they didn't do what they were supposed to do is they were allegedly being told to do something or working under the military supervision my experience has been
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and what i've seen in sworn testimony is that too often our personnel were more or less directing the military about what was going to be done rather than the right way. when i noted the violations infractions and i improper actions. to root for them to management road force and i was basically told shut up that they would make the decisions about them as decisions. the case or record lambert and what k.b.r. tried to do with him when he tried to expose what was going on and reveal some of the misconduct really points to an attitude that i've seen before or k.b.r. is more concerned about keeping the truth down than fixing the problem. we know from the g.a.o. reports that have come out since you know way two thousand nine two thousand and ten that both the d.o.d. am k.b.r.
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were not operating these burn pits within their own regulations they were burning as are this materials all over iraq and afghanistan you know this not only from the veterans but through g.a.o. reports g.a.o. also found that many of these burkhead were still operating as late as two thousand and thirteen and this is at least two years after they were told to shut them down or they would have been a lot better off using incinerators incinerators use less. fuel i believe they're more energy efficient and they release less toxins and so that means that any military personnel soldiers and others that are in the area aren't going to be exposed to toxic chemicals toxic fumes that kind of thing to operate to burn pits was much cheaper of them to do to put in high temperature and
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sewers cost would have been national. many veterans i've spoke to believe that k.b.r. was merely cutting corners. to save money my understanding is they were given the money to do the incinerator and so it wasn't a budgetary issue this may have been a cheaper way to go this may have been an easier way to go but it certainly wasn't what was best for our soldiers so far in addition to the congressional inspector general investigations that have documented the misconduct there's been hundreds of decorations sworn statements by former employees military officers documenting how the operation of the burn pits was exposing troops to the worst toxins known to man rather than properly disposing of these things like they promised. easy.
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he. come to find out that i was for about six months it was built on a chemical. manufacturing storage. and then we went to build a base there was my understanding. with a new grand samples is what was already in the ground or contaminated and they found that the most severe illnesses were coming from five different bases. these bases used to be former chemical weapons facilities. it was actually told to me. they knew the. meaning it was contaminated.
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flabbergasted. i want to talk about these claims that are being served by plaintiff's lawyers who effectively are saying we don't agree with the decisions that were made by the military there were we think there were safer ways as we said ten years later five years later we think there were safer ways of disposing of waste and somebody should be accountable for not doing it the way that we think was safer. themselves and all this is about is. the problem with that argument that i've seen is that in most cases in fact across the board. that i believe all these. generators. are offline if they were to found out. in. i mean if they would have realized.
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that we did in the fog of war we got to fix the mess in the took action to fix it. he didn't. now it turns out there was something else in the contract because all that wasn't good then an indemnity folks so screw anything up they don't have to pay for the bill get stuck on the american taxpayer there would be an indemnification even for negligence on reasonable acts by cave your managers agents and borders if they fell within the definition of what is covered even if they caused the injury or death to these. but under the provision of those clause that is correct even if they cause injury or death to civilian employees. under the provisions of a cause that's correct even if they cause injury or death to the american soldiers
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. does not and does not carve out an exception for civilian with our soldiers which means that means that if in fact the activities fall within the definition of a clause thing k.b.r. could could apply for reimbursement that's right even for death or injury to american soldier that is correct even for the death or injury to a british servicemen. that's correct even death or injury to iraqi national or other world national working on a cave your project. correct they were going to get fully reimbursed for every single legal penny they spent as well as any damages found against them and probably one of the biggest bail outs of a government contractor that's been documented so far. the indemnification is is absolutely criminal if we have over one hundred thousand soldiers ill it just shows it's
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a good example of you know how much our government really cares about our soldiers are just pawns. they're angry they're frustrated they feel as though they gave. everything they had to the us government they believed down till sam had their back when they sent them over to iraq and afghanistan to fight the war they believed when they came back they'd be taking care of. the the military the v.a. or are supposed to take care of their veterans. and are supposed to provide good health here and a good transition out of the military and the military and v.a. has failed miserably on doing this and not only want to put issues but you know a lot of mental health issues and everything else there are many people who are working with the v.a. who feel that studies have either been if belated have
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a problem to bias in favor of. results that my air to earth that's having psychosomatic problems instead of physical problems. how does it feel to be a sheriff the greatest job in the world it's as close to being a king as any job there is what business model helps to run a prison now we just do it on my guess is nobody nobody is attention and i don't no
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one comes anymore when i was a sergeant anymore it's called the fair deal that's what they want to do that as long as they don't give a damn if you do the chores or not there are actually paying enough to put it back into the louisiana incarceration rate is twice as high as the u.s.n. bridge what she could is behind such success. in case you're new to the game this is how it works not the economy is built around corporate corporations run washington washington controls the media the media and the. voters elect a businessman to run this country business equals power who must it's not business as usual it's business like it's never been done before. six guys or financial survival. when customers go by you reduce the price. to
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now well reduce and lower. that's undercutting not what's good for food markets it's not good for the global economy. the office of public health conducts large studies of the health of american veterans covert if the studies produce results that did not support the office of public health written policy they don't release them. this applies today to first health consequences of environmental exposures. in afghanistan and toxics exposures in the war on the rare occasions when. study results are really. lated to make them unintelligible so there seems to be going struggle
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between the truth seekers and the government when it to. sort of getting to the bottom of. your. health a fact that veterans are now experiencing. to. get medical treatment. that they would have the best care and.
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it depends on who you get with the bureaucracy. for me has been a nightmare to deal with getting bills from the labs for one thousand two thousand dollars for blood work. getting these bills call in the lab the v.a. supposed to pay these bills and they don't and you're already sick with chemo and radiation also. nobody's paying them. i mean i mean right now we're quarter million dollars in debt from cancer. exposure's. politicians the congressional people that sort of tell us unfortunate drop is like a hot potatoes with sen. so we have no resolution i know of you still do minor cases we have attorneys for sure you. were going to see.
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were. you know it was awful didn't make it to a lot. of time so i can make with your golden rule the v.a. system itself. about fourteen years or for me it's no benefits that's why after ten years i don't get the benefits it was or i think a v.a. should take more. be more responsible with these guys because they have already put their lives on the line for us why would we. not give them the proper medical attention that they need why give them an appointment three months out and then. send it you know prolong it even more to maybe eight months nine months a year and then even fighting for their benefits if they don't. then book person twelve months of them coming back and he doesn't get a diagnosis forget it they're screwed because they don't see it x. x.
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service related service connected the burden of proof is on the veteran they have to be able to service connected it doesn't matter whether you have it or not or the condition can happen during the day you enter to the left that's the big window that you have to fight. iraq afghanistan war injury is our generation's agent orange. if you look at the historical precedents with agent orange for decades it was not acknowledged and then after decades in his study. and then finally soldiers were training. so to go whether iraq afghanistan were longing for we can't wait that long poor the burn pits to reckon that it's not the pay's that the guys are in the females are dying it's a lot faster the illnesses are showing up in the sentence lot sooner he put in
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his time he sacrificed. and gave everything that it was possible to get and. and we're proud of that and we don't regret that and he doesn't regret that and we would serve again our sons have enlisted so it's not the service it's a problem and and things happen in war and we understand that there is a cost and and we will cope with that because there are some things that are worth the cost but the other side of that is that at the end of it they take care of you and every single time there's a war we do this song and dance with the government where they say no no it wasn't us no it wasn't that it's just you it's you know i don't know what it was it's just the look and it's not every single time and when is it the last time when is it
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that they just say ok. this it was it and you did your part. what does that time come where you're not fighting afterwards the fight should be done. i see no end to this because with the agent orange the vietnam veteran still suffering still fighting to be recognized on top of that gulf war veterans fighting to be recognized now you're adding another million or so iraq and afghanistan veterans fighting to be recognized that's two generations at least of the men and women who are sick. and they have overwhelmed a v.a. system that was not prepared to handle that to compensate every. soldier marine airman and sailor that was on the ground that are complaining about
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their exposure illnesses from exposure from the burn pits we would bring would bring literally send to be a broke and. they don't want to pay it so the way to the decades a lot of those soldiers will die in time. and they won't have to pay anything. paul grow up and. get the middle finger. to be used to model is. delayed and i hope you dad. the veterans that i speak to are all for that and their bewilder some of them are so sick that they don't know if they're wake up in the morning and i'm not exaggerating every year is something new. something that's taken away from the quality of life that he has and that we have as a family. unit.
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in that i will can just walk into a restaurant or down and he will have a meal. because he is sitting there he's trying to. keep him sound busy on his home in time called the book for. the simple things that. we take for granted. that he doesn't have. our heart. what. what what what is our future going to be like what does that hold. it's just going to get worse.
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i'd like to think if you choose but i eat. but that's my optimistic guy trying to i think all change one myself because if i read about the disease that i. saw i don't i mean maybe i get in the cold dark he'll sneak in my wife and some wonderful lindsay in a truck on the way nothing jail and helping. me right now it's to take care of my husband. take care of every other. woman's has been good and. man's wife who served who did their duty because they believed in it because they believed that it was the right thing to do and. that's all we're asking. there is absolutely a moral obligation to fix it when these veterans come home and they're saying no
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matter what their sect problem we have an obligation as the american public to take care of these men and women who sacrifice themselves for us i. i hope. this will have an ending where they jump on this and really story. aggressively treating the soldiers at the v.a. and but i don't see this ending well at all. the outcome is is going to be gloom and doom. and then you're going to. get everything you can for. the no wonder.
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the fight is going to continue on. and we're going to. take what you have. and what you have been bought for. to the president of the united states. so that it helps other.
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hundred forty three cool as little can i know a lot of it doesn't make. the island is controlled by the us government and some puerto ricans crave independence joe it was the almighty god you know it was getting about on a bike does it we're good at either we like it but i mean sort of i mean we're taking a game there are. still many do wish to join the us hundreds more leave every day. but i'm a long way from mania. beings. with the country at a crossroads for anger on the island is on the rise. here's what people have been saying about redacted in the us actually just full on awesome the only show i go out of my way to launch you know what it is that really packs
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oh. israel defense forces raid a number of media outlets in palestine which regularly work with global networks authorities say was part of a counterterrorism operation and also this hour islamic states loses control of its last remaining stronghold in syria but the military operation by u.s. backed forces has left in ruins and britain's foreign secretary slams off each name pastry appearing on r.t. despite a dozen of his own party members and even his father being gets on the channel and schoolchildren in ghana stand claim u.s. troops opened fire on them after rocks were thrown at military vehicles.
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clothing comes to life from moscow you're watching r.t. international i will start this hour with news from syria first because u.s. backed forces in syria have declared victory i resign mixtape imac are claiming the city is now fully under their control these are the latest pictures from iraq and you can see it is a virtual ghost city the destruction you see here was caused by either i saw militia shelling or airstrikes by the u.s. led coalition aid agencies say a huge effort we needed to end the humanitarian crisis there the international coalition meanwhile says the city is only ninety percent clear of ice so a spokesman for the u.n. secretary general says aid is ready and waiting. we have received reports that much of the city has been damaged or destroyed due to the fighting we're closely
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monitoring the situation and stand by to deliver lifesaving assistance to those in need as soon as access is granted and security county conditions permitted well i still claim the rocket as it's defacto capital in twenty fourteen the first major offensive against the terrorists began two years later it was one serious sixth largest city but now has a little more than double. recently called missionary forces were ready to demolish the whole building to target one member of i so they have no problem killing civilians. we ran from death and any
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human being would be afraid the sound of the planes makes us afraid they were shelling the civilians destroying buildings and houses rakhal was destroyed by a coalition aircraft only ten percent hit their targets the rest hit civilians. the un estimates that's an average of twenty seven people are being killed in rocket every day. and they seem to be no real escape for these civilians their level of suffering friends relatives family of the children exceptionally. strikes targeting. israeli defense forces have raided a number of media outlets in palestine claiming they've been inciting terror we can get more details now from michelle share he was in tel aviv and joins us good
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afternoon to you don't know than i do we know. it's. a. you know you're live on our say what more can you tell us. well last night the i.d.f. and shin bet raided the west bank offices of. eight different palestinian media companies and production outlets and this is been as a result of them being claimed to cause and incite terror. so this is what is currently happening the companies have been accused of variety of things including collaborating with hamas to incite. violence and incite the islamic jihad. two of the companies. transmedia were. actually completely shut down. and
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there's the be no any reaction to that is some of the equipment was seized. yes actually there has been significant reaction. especially after two palestinian suspects were arrested this caused a major uproar there were many rallies going on outside the offices in ramallah. and several of the companies that are based in palestinian t.v. channels in gaza and lebanon also had a quite significant amount of rallying outside. and this comes just you know right after the collaboration agreement between the two palestinian companies which has been. derided by our israeli government sure. they've been accused of inciting terrorism to go any further to they should have
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given any specific examples of how. any phrase they're using at this stage no specific examples. yes. there have been other shutdowns in july there was a shutdown trans and pal media companies for inciting violence and handing out insights insightful media materials. and the palestinian authority has condemned the entire. operation they are saying that. the intention of the i.d.f. operation was out of line and against the law sure ok we are certainly story we're keeping a cross thanks very much though for the. local journalist in tel aviv thank you. the british foreign secretary is taking aim at opposition labor party pays for
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appearing on this channel boris johnson has called it a scandal if you study the output all over russia today. if you consider the state of the of the prince. russia and britain at the present it is an absolute it is a russia today it is a scam it is a scam that members of the party or because it continuing to validate to validate and lead you to meet. that kind of propaganda why doing all those programs strong words from boris johnson that his repeated use of the word scandal as he talked about r t the on the floor of the house of commons to choose day he talked about labor members of parliament pairing on our team but of course members of his own party have appeared regularly and frequently and. since the channel began our team has responded to those comments editor in chief
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margarita simonyan called this remark but not all she said that he was using his own freedom of speech. to bully his colleagues for exercising that that's of course is a pretty awkward conversation it's an awkward conversation that he may be having with his own father because stanley johnson has appeared himself on r.t. he was on one of our shows going underground talking about his anti brecht it book and he was asked by host action returns the whether any of the characters in his book were based on either of his sons i do notice how you take sides in this book what does this mean or take kerry stokes the bully a former mayor of london how he was absolutely living up to the high expectations people have of him wowing the crowds where every went he could be serious too if it was absolutely necessary who is this former mayor of london character a little serious to do is absolutely as it were we all will face reality sometimes we have to be we have to be serious well you are right you. know i said absolutely
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nothing boris will be that happy but now who is this doc i'm not saying that that particular character is a million miles away from another member of my family whom you have. mentioned today that he didn't confine his comments to r.t. he took a russia as a whole in his inimitable fashion the russians have been up to all sorts of mischief in many countries but so far we can hear ok for any direct russian cyber attacks on this country so he doesn't have a specific instance in mind but boris johnson has in the past hinted at why he thinks russians are so mischievous he says they do it because they can. lower mentioned there are a number of conservative party m.p.'s have appeared on r.t. in the past two years alone fifteen of them have spoken to us including the former
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energy and climate minister charles hendry and also the assistant government whip mike freer earlier we put all that to another conservative m.p. gen kaczynski who along with the former mayor of london ken livingstone. he who challenges and criticize as i think of that i think they should pause and take a moment to actually look at the interviews to look at the sort of questions that we receive as british policy politicians to look at the sort of context of what we are discussing we are evaluating and giving our opinions to russian and international viewers i've always found the interview to the interviewing techniques and practices to be very sensible and professional and that is why i continue to appear on this program i think is very very important in these very difficult international times particularly when tensions are growing that we continue to engage and appear on each other's programs so i don't accept this
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criticism by the way we are criticised a lot for appearing on r.t. both in the british media and also by colleagues what's the situation here is he's now our foreign secretary defending western interests and western strategy in places like the middle east and therefore he wants to undermine any other media outlet that's actually challenging the sort of propaganda that the british government pumps out and the idea that we should try and block off or stop people appearing on r.t. is absolute nonsense i'll continue whenever you want me no one's ever said to me we want you to say this or we don't want you to say that whereas i can think of one or two british and programs where i've been told please don't mention this or that you know. that it's being claimed that u.s. troops in afghanistan opened fire on a group of schoolchildren are today three rocks in a military vehicle two boys reportedly injured.
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now from out this morning i want to go to school when i entered the school some of a classmate sticks stones and threw them at us equals they opened fire in return i injured my leg my friend was also injured now i'm in hospital. yes. i came to school and i was playing there when the u.s. convoy passed by some of the boys threw stones at it then the u.s. forces started shooting. understand that the children threw stones at the u.s. tanks the don't know any better because their children but the u.s. troops are educated they came here to rebuild their country instead the children. were set up a common knowledge of this was not the kind of reaction you expect they should have contacted the school administration and this is not good we condemn this incident the government shouldn't just agave this case we did contact nato command in
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afghanistan for comment on this story although we are still waiting for a reply the u.s. invaded afghanistan in two thousand and one following the nine eleven attacks sixteen years on them with kind of this lives lost the military is still there and the casualties continue to mount. he says i mean for me i was praying in my house and when i saw american helicopters i told my wife and children to save themselves after that i just heard a loud noise and then my house was destroyed six people were wounded including women and children. they destroy our house and our family members wife the americans are killing our women and children every day in afghanistan and they just say story it was a mistake. sitting
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in a room together and suddenly we had the mass of them ban went off our village and i was injured. when the explosion happened i was near to my uncle and cousins american soldiers opened fire and a bullet flew about my face i ran in here and came out on the hours later my uncle and cousins were dead so i went to the village to tell everyone what i think of the sixteen years of being in afghanistan it's quite obvious the strategy has not worked whether politically speaking are tactically speaking and then they look at military operations i think one can say that whatever they do it backfires that there's not been proper accountability apart from a few soldiers that have been arrested on behavior like this but by and large there's always a legitimate excuse to come up with saying blaming someone else rather than themselves well the former afghan president hamid karzai gave us his reaction to
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the incident with the school children and also the continuing u.s. presence in his country. this condemned bill is exactly what. turned. a good relationship between us and america's into into a bad relationship into into a conflict of europe it was the issue of civilian casualties that. one of the first and the main cause of my. difficult relationship with america were of my protests to what was called on. from what the org doing for the we're there to stop this themselves we don't think they would leave and when the u.s. forces came to afghanistan after september eleventh they came with the massive backing of the international community in that environment of cooperation if the u.s. wants to stay of the welcome it's good for us but if the u.s.
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is in afghanistan in a call protective mood with the rest of the region with the lord and big neighbors this will mean trouble for us but this for me will be undermined and stooped over which we don't want to sort when do you get us on the afghan people will come then . it was the reason of their success if the u.s. begins to behave as an invader order as it all compiled or. where we now left thinking is there among the great many of the afghan people that that's what's happening there of course afghans would not accept an occupation and afghans will do all they can to free our country to gain independence. for the past three years since the arrival of the afghan scene with the year with the destruction. vibrational fumin writes that the calls to kill. in the very beginning would they appeared in eastern afghanistan and the people
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begin to deport the extreme violent elements coming to get us out of the religious killing them who took their driving and driving to go out of their homes. and no action was taken and then from the two years on to today. every day the local people of the local government official the media. and i and others begin to report that to unwater foreign helicopters to go into and support extremists in various parts of the country in all parts of the country in eastern north and northwest northeast and untold list of afghanistan so there's a lot of evidence unfortunately that shows that the these extremist forces or supplied from the foreign bases within afghanistan the question is why you watching at international still ahead. released documents to shine more light on
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a pre-election meeting between tain trump and a russian lawyer now the details on math just after the break.
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wrong. just don't. get to shape our. engagement. find themselves worlds apart. to look for common ground. hello again our russian lawyer sparks a media frenzy yearly this year after the merge that she had met with team trump during the us election the tide of us from that sky as sky's meeting with jr was seen by many as clear proof of russian meddling and collusion. donald trump think he was about to get help from a russian lawyer with ties to big kremlin we all know her name now and tell of a summer sky italia vessel natalya vessel needs sky this is looking more and more
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like trees and all this strange behavior from the president it's all explained well now she is back in the spotlight after her memo of that meeting was released and it turns out it wasn't about handing trump dirt on his rival hillary clinton has previously claimed according to her notes the tally wanted to discuss sanctions imposed by the u.s. and a number of russian officials they were being punished over the death in custody of sergei magnitsky an author and auditor at a moscow law firm investigating corruption she said she wanted to prove the sanctions were politically motivated to do things the political stunts just to make it clear i was never against any sanctions because they don't involve my client but i am against manipulating facts i'm against how this or it is haven't investigated the story behind the make the ski act what happened in the us it was pure politics . as i personally gave this memo to the journalist i can't recall her name
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this is a translation of a memo that i prepared for myself before my trip to the u.s. last year everything else learned i shared with police and american lawyers this memo was the result of my own investigation. magnitsky works for the hermitage capital management fund he died in a pretrial detention center in two thousand and nine and was a prime suspect in a tax evasion investigation the u.s. accused a number of russian officials of complicity in his death and imposed sanctions against them authorities have denied any wrongdoing in the case but even the newly published memo hasn't to raise suspicion and tell us in its guy is a kremlin agent some media outlets claim the documents language resembles another memo handed to a u.s. congressman by russia's prosecutor general natalya says there's nothing suspicious about that either but this graph which i've read this memo and i agree that there are some similar points there is nothing extraordinary or criminal about that i
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have written about my investigation to prosecutor's office many times in this memo there are just facts it doesn't matter what language you read them and it's all the same to maneuver to however some think that you're working for kremlin. is a very stupid conclusion well at least now they will read into the full story. china's president has been outlining his future plans for the country during an epic three hour address to the national congress of the communist party xi jinping touched on many topics including military expansion. our military must regard combat capability as the standard to meet in all this work and focus on how to win when it is called who will take solace steps to ensure the military is prepared for all strategic directions and my progress in combat readiness in both traditional and new security fields speeches like this still take place every five years and
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more than two thousand delegates from around china were in attendance the main aim of the pings address was to outline the challenges the country faces and to point out the areas that you need to work with discuss this a bit further we're joined now by a specialist and written good evening to you andrey good to have you back on firstly let's start with what he said about the military any surprise there. yup i think that he. must be seen in a context of his vision for china's iranis olds and of course china's history is in recent. decades or century has been rather checkered because. part of the china dream is to depart from his recent
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past of course centuries of humiliation when china was in invaded and also partitioned part of great powers and so he's rallying the chinese people and the company's party to make china a great again as it were creating a better life for its people and defending the country against any perceived threats. of its sovereignty and particularly he also highlighted the fact that china is now entering into a year of great uncertainties i mean looking around the world there are perceived disruptions threats you have a new president. and what was happening over the south china sea climate change and of course all sorts of new developments in. technology and so on so forth so in order for a country to push to be pushed forward first of all needs to defend its territory
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now chart of course has many borders with many countries. as charter grows global because of conflicts are bound to happen and hence the need for a strong military is its people expecting him to mention north korea. yes that's part of it but it's not directly related to north korea north korea is quite a complicated issue because don't forget the china in the past came to north korea's aid against the united states i mean you know sort of in the fifty's. but but then of course. ministration. is hell bent on acquiring its own nuclear weapons as a insurance policy for the jim survival and until it gets what it
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warms in terms of credible terence against its perceived largest enemy which is the united states is not prepared to negotiate and that costs a lot of problems for china as well but then the the rarely for a strong military is not part of the. north korea ok and just finally andrew on the issue of the economy he was saying that you know china shouldn't be a country that closes its doors to the world is trying to invite more foreign investment do you think that's going to happen. actually china opening up its economy relative terms but china is unlikely to copy the examples of other countries i mean less of war in the former collapse of the collapse of the former us as our was a big big lesson when the former u.s.s.r.
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opened up and colony and tired very quickly the so called following the harvard formula everything happening both. grassed not happening within five hundred days and see what happened so i think china learn a big big lesson and it's going to. go about is trying to actually feeling the sloan's in crossing the river as it were but there is no doubt that nowadays china's economy is more open compared with a couple of decades ago and read it we're going to wrap it up there before natta time it was a specialist and thanks for coming on. thanks for watching today we're going to be back with more news in just a minute. how
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this is a stronghold for puerto rico's independent party. the caribbean island which was annexed by the u.s.
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in eighty ninety eight is about to elect a new governor. many young people have turned out before. ruth wants to make us a. little must. seem. fun but. has been passed bringing austerity measures to overcome the crisis. a federal american board is supposed to govern puts a rico. does the independent candidate she's determined to defy washington in many view the
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federal board is a humiliation. assuming senate can be able to. say to. the ceiling here this is this. and this is. a desolate i mean this is a. i mean. this. part of the us has. got a little. bit. but. it will be. a god.
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like i. was was. paralyzed that public debt is sixty six billion euros i record in the history of the united states. to its status as a free associated state the island doesn't have the same rights as other states that's why it's not allowed to declare bankruptcy. that's the paradox of put a rico its citizens are american but the territory is treated differently. by. the way i fit in.
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finances to pay back its debts to american creditors. since that announcement pull .
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privatizing public institutions. children are affected the most. tonight oh.
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the country's biggest public university has announced another round of budget cuts students and lecturers have been affected by austerity for five years the university already owes five million euros north was a move to see the look of the modern now that has been you know many years i was. sitting there when i see that i was here and i think i
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see that it was sort of get out to us enough but i think you do nothing to miss it i get that when i was. was asking a little bit of. the sun so what was it. looking like the last it was going to. look at it was a thing it was a little. this it. was like a. leaf i was. five twenty three and no longer receives a university scholarship. to complete studies she had to take out a six thousand dollars loan. to. do this in. the sea was any evidence of this it. was
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a good. thing. this was getting to me i was suddenly asked. the public university isn't the only one affected by the austerity policy. fifty kilometers from the capital schools had to shut down in twenty forty and her aunt was a teacher that. she still has the keys to the school. ok now you're kidding i think not a little gadget down the aisle to say. you. and. finally the sun doesn't have time to get lost at sea and i'm. going. to go get into.
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somewhat. of a polo. you know how do you know of it i don't know i don't know it's a lot of these. the couples a lot of would be good. about. it all going to use now most. of the daily month. there will be an off you know pasta you'll be fifi. the moment to go out i have to be a few i don't want to see i don't know don't you think we need to and can we were you know thank you so you know maybe it's. my little secrets audio tape on top of his unite the broken stick with us so you know. because of its debt the government has already closed down one hundred fifty schools on the island off
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of the spread so far worried about the future. and those that plan a lovely idea as to them on. a test and get. this are young bought him they found out about them by pro and. tyson localizing. the school closures have added to. this village now seems empty. the capital industry and tourism had long been the. development engine. but eradicating tax benefits for american companies drove the ricoh into crisis its unemployment is twice as high as the usa is.
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how do you know. how they don't want them. to repay our student loan hardly as a social worker. for ten hours a week she helps seniors in need. to go. back and when you add them along that. money. back i say i. also see that he. is sixty eight years old and he doesn't receive a pension he still works as
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a painter. was not. going to. work. because the. i know it's always going to be in the coal army where there will be your food in the early years a little snippet of your design the games through december over his he. will build all of them toys ha it's it was a big idea i hope will see you sort of the end of the sentimental the legacy maybe out it's not going to say bottle and be it's time to stand on the sea get up a little getting tired simple going to dinner and gamble put in a given month. and put something close to
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a good looking they don't want to know but only. in case you're new to the game this is how it works not the economy is built around corporation corporations run washington washington controls the media the media control the voters elect the businessman to run this country business equals power you must it's not business as usual it's business like it's never been done before . welcome to max kaiser financial survival guide. looking forward to your pension account. yanks this is what happens to pensions in britain you don't have to suffer if you watch kaiser report.
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the local wal-mart is selling you on the idea that dropping bombs brings police to the chicken hawks forcing you to fight the battle of big stone. that you saw the credit tell you that will be gossip and probably by itself of the most important news today. while i'm off the bad guys and tell me you are not cool enough to buy their product. although hawkes probably along the border will want. lol maybe just manufactured sentenced to public wealth. when the ruling classes protect themselves. in the final merry go round. the room sick.
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young lecturer giovanni is handing out hot meals on the rio piedras campus. to some of them going on to live in fear come here into the sun don. there's a long line he hands out hundreds of meals every day and he said yes i love when i said going up we're. going to see the good in the sense that i meant it there were many like this you know sort of my son you. will mature dimply got. to laugh and make up for them on a simple low level from us i'm going to need a lot of. work that's what he said i think so i put the flamenco phenomena for him
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a little slow so this you know i'm going to. find a way out. but the woman on the phone. also. a boy. ruth and adrian the two young activists here as well. had he went down to the canteen in the nanoparticle movie they were nominated our son was really going to have been able to put it out and get it out. early. this year ruth wasn't able to find a job she lives on three hundred thirty euros in public assistance. in. the chemical our society.
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in. a few hours later the city comes to a standstill. the island experiences a power outage. at the university council to.
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put it. in. the public electric company is the business with the biggest debt in puerto rico. power outages have affected rural areas. even. without. the month a couple. groups has lived in this fifteen square meter room with a roommate for a year it's the best solution of some one. just as high as in american cities.
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but i'm sorry. i mean. obviously. they're afraid that the power outage might last several days. ruth and a roommate want to buy food these are. still open thanks to a standby generator. that anything about. you know. from your home.
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in puerto rico everything is more costly than in the u.s. thought average twenty percent. or requires that the. american ships. blessing for the u.s. much and navy which. eighty percent of all food. without this law put a rico could save a billion dollars a year. this year
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a new austerity measure was added. to settle its debts the island increased consumer tax. seventy percent to put a rate goes public debt is in american investment funds. which received tax benefits for the loans. and you action group has denounced the island colossal debt for several months. blames the u.s. for much of it. seemed . cool.
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guns initiative is seeking to cut the debt it's trying to prove that it all came a belt illegally. said her fiance. wanted to see in the what does he call prohibit me from the want for monitor and i know you know that all being important they get sarah but i don't know about a few months you have basically said bill but i see on. all of them to see almost as. oh yes they're in there that's in. the dead be partially counseled. in the meantime the crisis is worsening. a few kilometers from the capital ruth with it's
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a grandmother. carbon is ninety and lives in her house alone. she's been a social worker the whole life. has been for. me you. know i'm an fios for a pension the public pension fund is empty here. you're only one of the nothings young gay you about it might. be here. you're pulling in seeing young and then but i hated by michael me but i'll tell. you no rule. that you're going to add a. new one most of comments children who fled the crisis by moving to the us. instead enjoying. i mean ok. most.
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